• Kid-Focused Stream Classes

    At Wellspring, we refer to our Sunday school classes as "The Stream" because it is a chance to come alongside each other as we learn how to dive deeper into God's Word. Classes start at 9:30 every Sunday and the different kids' classes are divided by age so that teachers can connect age appropriate instruction and care with fun games and activities.

  • CHildcare During the service

    While Wellspring as a church welcomes little ones during the service, we also provide childcare so that parents may have a better chance to engage in the sermon. Childcare during the service is not simply a convenient babysitting service but also another chance for kids to learn and grow! Parents check their kids into the care of teachers at the designated point during the worship service and then collect them after the sermon.

  • MegaSports camp

    Every year during the summer, Wellspring hosts Mega Sports Camp. Similar to a VBS, Mega Sports Camp is an opportunity to reach kids with the gospel but through doing something that they enjoy: sports! Camp options include soccer, baseball, softball, and dance. Every year volunteers and campers alike are blessed by good teaching and great fun!

  • Fun For the whole family

    Kids are an integral part of our church-wide events. We hold regular baptisms and celebrations because, with the hope we have in Jesus, there is a lot to celebrate!  Down-Home Christmas is our annual jubilee of Christ's birth celebrated with the church family. We show up in our PJs, enjoy breakfast together, and share our talents with each other, just like the kids always do when the family gets together. Events like these unify our church body!

  • Partnering with parents

    The goal of our children's ministry is not just to teach kids about God's love, but to partner with parents in the raising up of warriors. 

    "Children are a heritage from the LORD, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them." 

    Psalms 127:3-5